13 December (Wednesday), 6 pm

Not only is the past a foreign country where things are being done differently – to paraphrase L.P. Hartley – the same can be said about one’s family history, where feeling at home does not necessarily equal knowing it well and in detail. The artist pursues (…)

8 September 2017 (Friday), 18:30

Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art cordially invites you to attend the official opening ceremony of our two exhibitions – “A New Region of the World” and Ines Doujak’s “Masterless Voices”. “A New Region of the World” is a concept borrowed from Martinican writer Édouard Glissant. (…)


On March 6, 2017 the Center for Fine Arts (BOZAR) together in partnership with the Pushkin State Museum of fine Arts and ZKM Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe inaugurated the exhibition “Facing the Future: Art in Europe, 1945-1968” in Moscow, Russia. The exhibition (…)

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12th April, 6 PM (local time)

Everyday practices are tactical by nature. They try to take advantage of the possibilities in a situation which is already determined. They find a way of slipping through the cracks in control. Our methods of speaking, communication, reading, dressing up, walking around town… even the tiniest activities, (…)

March 31st – April 1st, 2017

The inspiration for the international conference Exhibition as a Medium of History, held as a part of the project Trauma & Revival. Postwar in the Art of the East and West (2016–2018) were the examples of exhibitions from the period of the First Avant-Garde. Artists and (…)

Roland Wirtz w Szafirowej Pracowni, fot. Studio FilmLOVE
4.11.2016 (Friday), 14.00

Visit a place of its own kind – though important for Polish art, yet usually forgotten. The so-called Sapphire Studio of Stanisław Wyspiański, a place where the artist painted a series of views of the Kaściuszko Mound at the turn of 1904 and 1905, will host a one-time (…)

Opening: 15.10 (Saturday), 5 pm

Krõõt Juurak, “The Place of the Grave” A girl was playing in the house and suddenly the Grave came to the girl and said: “Little girl, little girl, you can play here but you have to close the doors and windows.” The girl said yes and continued (…)